Vanderbilt vs Tennessee Predictions, Odds Week 13 2023

Vanderbilt vs Tennessee Predictions, Odds Week 13 2023

See our analysis of Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee, week 13 pick and preview, to learn who we believe will prevail and cover in Knoxville.

Each game, Vanderbilt averages 223.3 passing yards.
Tennessee quarterbacks have a 90.5 passing rating versus their opponents.


The Volunteers and Commodores square off in this week 13 NCAAF game at Neyland Stadium at 3:30 ET. The game is set to take place on Saturday, November 25th; watch the action on SECN.Tennessee is favored by 26 points to win this SEC battle going into it. Does this imply that their victory is certain? See what I think about this showdown by reading on.


  • Sport: College Football
  • Teams: Tennessee Volunteers vs. Vanderbilt Commodores
  • Where: Neyland Stadium in Knoxville
  • Date: November 25, Saturday


Coming into the game, Vanderbilt had a 2-9 overall record. It was a difficult game for them recently as they lost 47–6 against South Carolina and could not win. Vanderbilt has started as the underdog in eight games and as the favorite in two thus far. As a result, there is an average score differential of -12.4 and an ATS record of 1-9. The average over/under for Vanderbilt’s games this season has been 54.6 points. Before this week’s game, the Commodores had an over/under record of 7-3.

The Commodores’ offense amassed 249 yards of total offense against South Carolina, with 145 of those yards coming from the ground and 104 via the air. They scored one throwing touchdown and had a 6/16 third-down performance. Quarterback Ken Seals finished the game with a quarterback rating of 68.15 in the loss against South Carolina, completing 13 of 28 passes for 104 yards. He improved his performance by one touchdown as well.

Vanderbilt gave up 259 yards in total to South Carolina on defense. This entails surrendering 207 throwing yards and 52 permitted on-the-ground yards. The Commodores defense leads the league in quarterback rushes and has 20 sacks going into the contest. They are conceding an average of 35.1 points per game (147th) in terms of points allowed. They are rated 159th in the NCAA for pass defense, giving up 264.2 passing yards per game on average. Furthermore, Vanderbilt’s run defense surrenders 177.4 rushing yards per game.


Tennessee recently lost to Georgia, dropping their overall record to 7-4. The final score of 38-10 meant that the Volunteers lost the game. The Volunteers have been the underdog in two games and the favorite in eight going into this week’s game against Vanderbilt. They had a 6-4 ATS record going into the match. The average over/under line for Tennessee’s games has been set at 55.5 points after 11 games have been played. With an average cumulative score of 51.8 points from these games, OU has a 5-5 record.

Tennessee’s offense ran for one touchdown against Georgia but failed to throw for a touchdown. They ended up with 277 total yards, averaging 5.2 yards per rush attempt, and 147 yards through throwing. Joe Milton III went 17 for 30 for a 56.7% completion rate versus Georgia, finishing with 147 yards. There was not a single passing or rushing score by the end of the game.

Tennessee’s defense gave up 475 yards in total versus Georgia by the end of the game. Against Tennessee, Georgia passed the ball 31 times for 316 yards. The Volunteers surrendered 159 running yards when they were on the ground. The Volunteers lead the nation in quarterback rushes and have 34 sacks going into the contest. This season, they have allowed 21.8 points per game (83rd). They rank 119th in the NCAA in terms of pass defense, allowing 235.5 passing yards per contest. Tennessee has so far given up 117.5 running yards per game against the run.


Tennessee now has the upper hand over Vanderbilt because they defeated them 56-0 in their most recent head-to-head meeting. Tennessee’s passing total for the game was 151 yards, averaging 12.6 yards per completion. Tennessee ran for 362, while Vanderbilt ran for 147.

Tennessee leads by 26 points and is currently the home favorite. The lines don’t really stray from the starting values, and the point spread has been relatively constant. Given the moneyline odds as of right now, Vanderbilt has an indicated win probability of 7% and a moneyline payout of +1412. Conversely, the Volunteers have a moneyline of -4812 and an assumed win probability of 98%.


  • After their last three away games, Vanderbilt is 0-3 ATS.
  • In their last ten home games, Tennessee is 5-5.
  • In their past three games as underdogs, Tennessee is 1-2.
  • In their past three games as favorites, Vanderbilt is 0-3 overall. you can wager on the different betting types, such as moneyline, spread, and total, and you can bet either on your favorite team or an undervalued underdog, always with the best and latest wagering lines. Open your account now and receive a 100% bonus on your first cryptocurrency deposit, just click below:

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